No. 8025, 2008, 172 pp.
A comprehensive school counseling program is an essential and integral part of education. The Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model provides the framework for the development and implementation of a program for every district that is comprehensive in scope, preventative in design, and developmental in nature.
This publication is designed to provide a comprehensive program that helps districts and communities support their students’ academic, career, and personal-social development in preparation for the challenges of the 21st Century. The program’s content builds around the Model Academic Standards for School Counseling that represents lifelong development and learning goals.
The Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model utilizes a framework in which school counselors switch their emphasis from service-centered for some students to program-centered for all students. It works toward the creation of a community where individuals have the capacity to interpret and apply relevant experiences and information in ways that are both personally enhancing and socially responsible. The process and objectives for a school district to use in making this important transition are described in this resource.
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